THOUGHTS turn to murder as a classic whodunnit takes to the stage at Louth’s Riverhead Theatre next week.
Prescription for Murder is guaranteed to keep you guessing right to the end and there is never a dull moment, with so many twists and turns that it becomes a matter of life or death.
Dr Richard Forth has a hectic work schedule, not surprisingly, as he has a close relationship with his ex-girl friend, Barbara, his constantly ill wife and a previous fiancée whom he claims doesn’t exist.
When Eric Dawson, a stranger, claims to have known Richard’s previous fiancée, Barbara’s health deteriorates and with more suspense and intrigue following, it appears that somebody is out to kill her.
In this usually quiet North Devon town, there is never a dull moment in Dr Richard Forth’s tastefully-appointed living room, where murder most medical seems to be the norm.
Louth Playgoers present this intriguing thriller from Monday, October 10, to Saturday, October 15.
Tickets cost £7.35, under 18s £4.60, Silver theatrecard holders £6.50, under 18s £4.
Call the box office on 01507 600350, open Monday to Saturday 10am to 1pm.